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The (Other) L-Word, Part 3

In Part 2 of this series, I described light as the opposite of darkness, but I need to backtrack on that a bit. The words are definitely antonyms, but as former Michigan megapastor Shane Hipps pointed out in at least one sermon … Continue reading

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The (Other) L-Word, Part 2

On Saturday, we put light in the spotlight, by noting that this L-word makes its first appearance in the second paragraph of the whole Bible (Let there be light), and then highlighting a couple of verses that suggest that God is light – or … Continue reading

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The (Other) L-Word, Part 1

Back in the early days of Disciplehood – long before this Words Superseries was a twinkle in my heart, I inadvertently stole my own thunder and wrote a post about love, called The L-Word. Today, though, I want to talk about another L-word: … Continue reading

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